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土司の遺跡群(Tusi Sites)

Illuminated Opening of the Eighth Section of Ihya' `Ulum al-Din (Revivification of the Religious Sciences) by Muhammed al-Ghazali al-Tusi, Endowed by the Mamluk Sultan Abu'l Nasr Qaytbay LACMA M.73.5.516

国名:cn China

登録年:2015年

登録基準:(ii),(iii)
<span>Located in the mountainous areas of south-west China, this property encompasses remains of several tribal domains whose chiefs were appointed by the central government as ‘Tusi’, hereditary rulers from the 13</span><sup>th</sup><span> to the early 20</span><sup>th</sup><span>century. The Tusi system arose from the ethnic minorities’ dynastic systems of government dating back to the 3</span><sup>rd</sup><span> century BCE. Its purpose was to unify national administration, while allowing ethnic minorities to retain their customs and way of life. The sites of Laosicheng, Tangya and Hailongtun Fortress that make up the site bear exceptional testimony to this form of governance, which derived from the Chinese civilization of the Yuan and Ming periods.</span>

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